University Communications

Classes Begin August 26th

Immaculata University’s undergraduate and graduate programs have registered students for the fall semester.  Classes began Monday, August 26, and the last day to register for classes was August 30.

The undergraduate programs, consisting of over 60 majors, minors, certificate, and pre-professional programs, allow students to earn either a bachelor’s or an associate degree.

In addition to the standard classroom environment, adult students pursuing their undergraduate degree have a myriad of academic majors to choose from including programs in business, health care, liberal arts & sciences, and professional studies.  These students also choose from a variety of delivery formats such as self-paced (face-to-face classroom experience lasting 15 weeks), online (all courses offered totally online) or accelerated (blend of classroom and online courses that may be completed in seven to eight weeks).  Immaculata University has expanded its accelerated totally online majors to include Business Management, Emergency Planning and Management, Finance, Health Care Management, Human Performance Management, Marketing Management, Nursing (R.N. to B.S.N.) and an associate degree in Business Administration.

The College of Graduate Studies of Immaculata offers a Doctor of Psychology in clinical psychology (APA accredited) and a Doctor of Education in educational leadership and higher education.  Master’s programs include educational leadership, music therapy, counseling psychology, cultural and linguistic diversity, nutrition and dietetics, nursing, and organization leadership.

Anyone wishing further information on the College of Undergraduate Studies may call 1-877-42-TODAY; for information on the College of LifeLong Learning call 610-647-4400, ext. 3241; and for information on the College of Graduate Studies call 610-647-4400, ext. 3223.

Immaculata University is a Catholic, comprehensive, coeducational institution of higher education, located on the Main Line between Malvern and Exton, 20 miles west of Philadelphia.